‘Stache House Canvas

[intro]Not only did I meet “Charlotte’s Mustache model”, but I get to walk in and see my work displayed on the big scale![/intro] [hr type=”single” margin_top=”30″ margin_bottom=”30″]

Photoshoot with the “mustache model” and create a 12ft canvas

After showing me a few examples of the kind of photo and canvas that they wanted to pull-off, the owners and I set an appointment with the mustache model. For now, his identity will remain a secret ^.- We met up at the ‘Stache House while it was still in construction. I used my EFS 15-85mm f3.5-5.6 IS USM to capture the image. From there, we needed to make this big, 12 feet big! So I used a combination of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to edit and size to the canvas. We sent it off to a printer who got it down on canvas. The project is really cool! As you walk in, you notice it…I mean, it’s 12 feet long and just north of 4 feet tall. It’s neat to see people take photos with your work displayed in the background, and yet adding to the well orchestrated environment.

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Background on the overall effort

When I was approached by the owners of ‘Stache House to help them with their initial branding efforts I was very excited. I had been in the world of Web Development for a while, so it was a refreshing change to venture back into graphic and print design. The various projects that I worked on with the owners of the ‘Stache House was hugely rewarding! It’s a fantastic feeling to walk into a place and see your work.